One of the many reasons we support, volunteer, and advocate for the Woodland Park Zoo. https://lnkd.in/gJKfBW2
Woodland Park Zoo is located in the Pacific Northwest, a region renowned for its beauty and wildness. Surrounded by vast coastal waterways, temperate rainforests, snow-capped mountains, and arid shrub-steppe, residents and global visitors alike enjoy an unparalleled wealth of ecological diversity and outdoor recreation.
As wild species and habitats across the globe disappear at an alarming rate, we must work harder than ever to protect the ecological integrity of the Pacific Northwest. We have a unique opportunity—and an ethical obligation—to provide native wildlife with the space and security they need to thrive, while also enhancing our own well-being. We see the Living Northwest as a place where our vibrant communities coexist with a rich diversity of native wildlife.
Woodland Park Zoo’s unique Living Northwest conservation program helps to recover native wildlife populations, establish long-term ecological resilience in our Northwest landscapes, and empower all people to be wildlife conservationists. We achieve conservation success by investing our efforts in two broad areas:
Net Profits from “Listen, Listen To My Heart’s Song,” “Atreus’s View From a Tent,” and “Friends”, exclusively on Apple Books https://lnkd.in/gD7e9PV will be contributed to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the American Cancer Society, and the Woodland Park Zoo for their Conservation programs. Books available in print and ePub on Amazon. https://lnkd.in/gi2Av7W